Ard

An early plough used to break the ground up prior to planting crops.
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Ard

Ards were used in prehistory to plough fields. Unlike modern ploughs, which turn over the soil, ards only broke it up. Double ploughing in opposite directions was therefore necessary, and this criss-cross pattern is visible in aerial photographs of Iron Age settlements.
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ARD

Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases
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ARD

ARD: Acronym that stands for a disorder known as Adult Respiratory Distress or Acute Respiratory Distress. Also referred to as ARDS (ARD Syndrome). In ARD there is respiratory failure of sudden (acute) onset due to the rapid accumulation of fluid in the lungs (pulmonary edema) following an abrupt increase in the permeability of the normal barrier b
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Ard

(from the article `Muarraq, Al-`) ...(OAPEC). The drydock opened in 1977 and is capable of accepting tankers of 450,000 deadweight tons. On a peninsula across the bay to the east of ...
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ARD

(from the article `Germany`) ...are arranged along national and regional lines, with a number of regional corporations that offered two to four radio programming schedules ...
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Ard

Ard (ärd) , in the Bible. 1. Son of Benjamin. 2. Benjamite, perhaps the same as (sense 1.) An alternate form is Addar.
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Ard

[plough] The ard (or scratch plough) is a rudimentary plough that is light, without a mouldboard, symmetrical on either side of its line of draft, and fitted with a symmetrical share that traces a shallow furrow but does not invert the soil (as opposed to a turnplough). In its simplest form it resembles a hoe, consisting of a draft-pole (ei
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ARD

[TV] Artists of the Renaissance. ...
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ARD

[broadcaster] ARD (full name: Arbeitsgemeinschaft der öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunkanstalten der Bundesrepublik Deutschland – Consortium of public broadcasters in Germany, details below at name) is a joint organization of Germany`s regional public-service broadcasters. It was founded in 1950 in West Germany to represent the common inte
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Ard

Department in the wine growing region Rhone (Rhone-Alpes politically) in southeastern France with over 5,500 square kilometers, which is named after the river. Technically seen the vineyard area is situated between the vineyards of southern and northern Rhone Valley. A special feature is the wine "Cuv
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ARD

Acute renal disease
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ARD

Antibiotic-responsive diarrhea
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ard

plough used to scratch top surface of soil
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